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Find the Evidence with these Text Detectives pages- LOVE that kids get to color-code! Now available for every month (with 2nd and 3rd grade levels for differentiating!) $

Luckeyfrog's Lilypad: Super Sleuth Blog Hunt- Stop # 10

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Teaching students how to answer short answer questions....this is a big challenge in 4th grade.

Life in 4B...: sentence fluency

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The Classroom Key: Taking the Rocket Science out of Close Reading

The Classroom Key: Taking the Rocket Science out of Close Reading

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Here is way to remind students how to think before you speak. These printable posters are a fun and colorful way decorate your classroom and make a point. Since these how to think before you speak...

Think Before You Speak Printable Posters - Teach Junkie

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You don’t have to be in a one to one iPad classroom to integrate this powerful tablet into your everyday routine. Here are just a sampling of some great apps to use with your one iPad.

12 Apps for the One iPad Classroom

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Conferring notebook for the teacher : Easy way to see the whole class. Space for "next steps" or "small group" notes.

Read. Write. Play.

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Find the Evidence with these Text Detectives pages- LOVE that kids get to color-code! Now available for every month!

Luckeyfrog's Lilypad: Super Sleuth Blog Hunt- Stop # 10

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Using bright, spinning pinwheels for reading comprehension questions, story elements, and reading response. So simple and fun!

Adventures in Literacy Land: Reading Response Spinners

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This Is Not My Hat - Asking Questions Before, During, and After Reading... love this lesson {totally FREE}

Luckeyfrog's Lilypad: The Perfect Book to Teach Asking Questions!

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A Glance Into My Guided Reading Binder! (Miss DeCarbo)

Miss DeCarbo: A Glance Into My Guided Reading Binder!

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Learn a few simple ways to make your Independent Reading Time more engaging, effective, and meaningful in your classroom.

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Making the Most of Independent Reading Time

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Using Text Features to Understand Text Structures, from The Thinker Builder blog.

The Thinker Builder: Using Text Features to Understand Text Structures

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How do you track reading progress?

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Three Ways to Annotate: 1) Code reading assignments with your favorite graphic codes. 2) Tag text with a purpose by using color-coded Post-Its. 3) Use academic response stems to interact with the writer/reporter/author. **Annotating helps struggling readers to focus and proficient readers to log ideas for essays. The annotation tools pictured are available on TpT.

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Imagination Soup: Determining Importance in Nonfiction Text.

Determining Importance in Nonfiction Text - Imagination Soup

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Ladybug's Teacher Files: Notice & Note: Student Bookmarks

Notice & Note: Student Bookmarks

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Life in Fifth Grade: Drawing Conclusions: Whole Group Lesson

Life in Fifth Grade: Drawing Conclusions: Whole Group Lesson

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The Classroom Key: Taking the Rocket Science out of Close Reading

The Classroom Key: Taking the Rocket Science out of Close Reading

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guided reading- gives indicators for each Fountas and Pinnel level

Guided Reading Organization Made Easy | Scholastic.com

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FREE close reading planning page, works for any text

The Classroom Key

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Inference Bags - Put mystery items in each bag. Have students write out 6 clues about their mystery object in the bag. The clues shouldn't be obvious, but they do have to be factual. Once finished, students will read clues & make inferences about what the mystery object is.

The AmazingClassroom.com Blog: Inference Bags!

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This is the most inspiring thing I have ever read. Great for teaching students to read to themselves and visualize what they read

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Text structures are important for students to know while reading books. I like that this poster provides a visual, along with the definition of non-fiction text structures.

Mrs. Braun's 2nd Grade Class

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Main Idea Details Game - Students identify the main idea in a group of sentences that are mixed up inside an envelope! For a quick assessment, students record the main idea on a separate sheet of paper.

All the Dots: Main Idea & Details Game!

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This is a great blog about setting up reading comprehension packets to motivate students to love reading through Author Studies.

All Things Upper Elementary: Short Stories in the Classroom

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